- The list below includes 102 free or cheap things to do in or near Clayton, Georgia, including 70 different types of inexpensive activities like Hiking Trails, Distilleries, Art Gallery and Forests.
- From Chattahoochee National Forest to Bartram Trail, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Clayton and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Helen, Franklin, Highlands and Clarkesville.
Known for its fly fishing services, Davidson River Outfitters offers guided fishing tours of the regional rivers of the Southern Appalachians. The shop also hosts instructional classes where visitors can learn how to fly tie and build rods.
Promoting culture, the arts, health and wellness in the community, the Parks & Recreation program offers activities for all ages. Along with several outdoor parks, the city also owns and manages an aquatics center, golf course and special events facility.
The latest and greatest box office hits are on the menu at REI Cinemas in Easley. Stop by the concession stand before the show for a complete movie-going experience. Discounts are offered for children, seniors, military and college students.
With a weekly attendance of more than 26,000 visitors, NewSpring Church, is not your typical Sunday church visit. Featuring a welcoming ministry, programs for people and children of all ages, if you are looking for a change, visit NewSpring today.
Live music, second-run movies, and classic films are among the attractions that bring individuals to The Strand at 38 Main, a cinema and music venue. The venue seats 412 individuals and is housed in a historic building constructed in 1945.
Featuring the work of a local artist, Pennington T Art Gallery displays the colored pencil drawings that depict regional landmarks like Cold Mountain and Grandfather Mountain. All of her work can be purchased with custom framing.
The Haywood County Tourism Visitors Center has a wealth of information available for visitors to the area. It features brochures and flyers about local attractions, and a knowledgeable and helpful staff to answer questions.
Family-owned and operated since 1869, historic Denver Downs Farm, is a working farm dedicated to agri-tourism. Bring your family and enjoy the fun of participating in dozens of attractions like the corn maze, hay rides, rope climbing and more.